…artwork collected throughout my travels in Brussels, France, England, Italy, Holland and Switzerland. Mixed in are some neighborhood street finds. (via designsponge)
It’s taken us five months, but we’ve finally managed to hang some pictures over our desk (Heywood-Wakefield, 1961). From left to right, Edward Curtis Asparoke Indian photogravure (1908); Honore Daumier “Physionomie de l’assemblée” political cartoon (1851); Maxfield Parrish “Air Castles” print (1904); “Squelette Humain” print from Deyrolle in Paris (purchased 2007); German “Konigin der Obstgarten” print, purchased in Oxford in 2002; and a Marcel Dzama print from “The Berlin Years” (2003). Also pictured: handmade quilt by KKK; Thonet-style desk chair; Seymour Chwast’s “The Left-Handed Designer”; John Derian decoupage tray; WWII steel fan; fish stapler; and a red mid-century gooseneck lamp in desperate need of rewiring. Let the writing begin!